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13-Feb-1976   The Reminder


Monarch (Lay Your Jewelled Head Down) (1999, Bobby Dazzler)
1It's Cool To Love Your Family
2The Onliest
3La Sirena
4One Year A.D.
6That's What I Say, It's Not What I Mean
7Flight #303
8Still True
9The Mast
10New Torch

Let It Die (2004, Arts & Crafts/Polydor/Universal)
3Let It Die
4One Evening
5Leisure Suite
6Lonely Lonely
7When I Was A Young Girl
8Secret Heart
9Inside and Out (The Bee Gees cover)
10Tout doucement
11Now at Last

Reissued in 2004, including the songs "Amourissima" and "L'amour Ne Dure Pas Toujours".

Open Season (2006, Arts & Crafts/Polydor)
1Mushaboom (The Postal Service remix)
2The Buildup (with Kings of Convenience with Feist))
3The Simple Story (with Jane Birkin)
4Elle aime (by Albin de la Simone)
5One Evening (Gonzales solo piano version)
6Inside + Out (BBC session)
7Mushaboom (demo)
8Tout doucement
9Gatekeeper (alternate version)
10Lonely Lonely (Frisbee'd remix)
11Gatekeeper (DoRight remix)
12Lovertits (Peaches cover)
13When I Was a Young Girl (VV remix)

Sundries compilation.

The Reminder (2007, Arts & Crafts/Cherrytree/Interscope)
1So Sorry
2I Feel It All
3My Moon My Man
4The Park
5The Water
7Past in Present
8The Limit to Your Love
91 2 3 4
10Brandy Alexander
12Honey Honey
13How My Heart Behaves

The Japanese release includes the song "Honey Honey", performed live. A version sold only through iTunes and at Starbucks included a remix of "Sealion" and the demo of "The Water".

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